Brentwood-based LifePoint Health recently promoted Jason Ross to senior vice president, revenue and network management for the organization. Ross formerly served as vice president, population health. In his new role, Ross will oversee LifePoint's revenue cycle processes and reimbursement strategies, in addition to continuing to lead the company's population health work.
Veteran gastroenterologists Neil Price, MD, FACG, AGAF, Elizabeth Lindsey, MD, and Mark Miller, MD, have formed GastroIntestinal Health Partners with offices in Nashville and Lebanon.
Brian Marger, FACHE, has been appointed chief executive officer of TriStar Summit Medical Center effective June 1 and will be responsible for operations at the 200-bed hospital and related care areas.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health recently promoted Jason Ross to senior vice president, revenue and network management for the organization.
Last month, Nashville-based ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy and Education, a leading provider of behavioral health and education solutions for children and young adults, announced Kevin Mitchell has been promoted to executive vice president for finance.
Recently, Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) announced the addition of Richard I. Williams, MD to its large network of providers.
The Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial has announced the addition of pediatric gastroenterologist M. Samer Ammar, MD, to TriStar Medical Group Children's Specialists.
HCA's TriStar Division recently appointed Velinda Block DNP, RN, NEA-BC, as chief nursing executive.
Last month, Community Health Systems, Inc. announced Thomas J. Aaron has been appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Angie Boyd-Chambers, a longtime communications specialist with Saint Thomas Health has been promoted to chief marketing and communications officer.
TriStar Centennial Medical Center has developed an evidence-based, proprietary patient care protocol to expedite the recovery period of the post-surgery patient.
Last month, a public-private partnership of stakeholders spearheaded by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Research Center and FTI Consulting, Inc. announced the findings of a study examining the impact of health behaviors and chronic conditions on the Nashville-area workforce and economy.
Nashville-based HCA and the March of Dimes recently announced a collaborative effort on research, community and educational opportunities to improve the health of mothers and babies.
Southern Joint Replacement Institute (SJRI) recently expanded its primary and revision joint replacement services to Murfreesboro.
Sam Lynch, DMSc, and Leslie Wisner-Lynch, DDS, DMSc, recently announced their BioTN Foundation, which was established in 2007, plans to extend its focus, augmenting the original mission of supporting STEM education to include entrepreneurial assistance, as well.
Community Health Systems recently announced completion of sale of their ownership interest in Stringfellow Memorial Hospital and associated assets to The Health Care Authority of the City of Anniston, Ala.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center's College of Pharmacy is expanding its regional tuition rate program to pharmacy students living out of state within a 200-mile radius of the college's instructional sites in Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville, effective for fall 2017.
Amedisys, one of the nation's leading home healthcare, hospice and personal care companies, unveiled a new logo companywide during its Q1 earnings call last month.
Boston-based Steward Health Care, which recently bought eight hospitals from CHS, plans to purchase Franklin-based Iasis Healthcare.